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In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Judith Kaplan Eisenstein becoming the first American bat mitzvah, we have curated a 15-session curriculum for adults recommitting to reconstructionist learning, originally created as an Adult B- / Re- Mitzvah program. The goal of this class is for adult learners to engage with the movement in exploring evolving thought and practice. The program is designed for those who wish to work independently or with an organized class within a larger community.

Learn more about the following topics through a Reconstructionist lens with leaders across the movement:

  1. Repairing the World
  2. Values-Based Decision-Making
  3. Liturgy and Prayer
  4. Shavuot
  5. Climate Justice
  6. Shabbat
  7. Tisha B’Av
  8. Classical Jewish Texts
  9. An Approach to Food, Kashrut and Justice
  10. Israel
  11. Rosh Hodesh
  12. Racial Justice
  13. Economic Justice
  14. God
  15. Kehillah (Community)

Register below to receive the curriculum videos and source sheets

The Reconstructionist Network